My experience was significantly different from Rodriguez’s. His life at home and at school is even almost exactly opposite of my own. My family played a key part in my life whereas his was almost nonexistent. I believe he took the wrong path. He completely ignored his family to just work obsessively in school, but took absolutely nothing away from it because he was only working to be recognized, not to learn.
It is advised that they receive mental health treatment to deal with these fears of rejection. Some men are cross dressers and are in fear of not being socially accepted by their own gay community. Gay men have reported to being assaulted and harassed by other men. They have even been beat brutally. Having to live with HIV and being gay has been reported to not being easy.
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“People with Generalized Anxiety Disorder report that the anxiety that they experience cause substantial interference with their lives and they need a significant dosage of medications to control their symptoms.” (Gerow and Chatmon 2013, p. 258). To try and help Mr. Hudson with his disorder I’m going to try two methods of treatment. The first method would be a psychoactive drug therapy. I will have him try an antianxiety drug called Equanil, a muscle relaxant for his extreme muscle tension. According to Gerow and Chatmon, “When muscular tension is reduced, a person usually reports feeling calm and at ease” (p. 281).
Tina, 45, is employed as a high school teacher; his biological father is not involved in his life. Tina’s boyfriend, Michael, often attempts to serve as a father figure to Jackson. Jackson went to college immediately after high school, focused on a degree in chemistry. In high school, he was a good student who earned A’s and B’s in most courses. After a car accident, a slight head injury caused him to lose some cognitive functioning and analytical skills.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a way to monitor any behaviors that may eventually lead the adolescent to commit suicide. In cognitive behavioral therapy, the person is made aware of how his or her actions towards certain thoughts and feelings can lead to unhealthy moods. It focuses on fixing the person’s thoughts and feelings in order to help treat depression. According to editors and writers for the periodical Drug Week, “[c]ognitive behavioral therapy, a form of psychotherapy, was found to be effective if combined with fluoxetine use” (2005). A study was conducted by Dr. Graham Emslie, a professor at UT Southwestern, within the last decade that included 334 teenagers, all of whom suffered from major depression.
The father was an successful accountaint, the mother was a home keeper and the son did well in school. They were surround by the people who loved them , and were able to practice their religion more frequently at a Hindu temple. Moving to Canada they lost many of their fourtnes. Their eco map represents that the parents no longer have time to make friends because they are too busy working. That is why only Ikram has friends, because he was able to make two while attending school.
In Chapter 4 the narrator describes how his life is before he and Rafa were sent to the campo. He lived with Rafa, his mother and grandfather. He and Rafa had a good relationship with their grandfather because if they ever got in trouble with their mother he would always go easy on them by not making them go through to punishment their mother gave them. During this chapter their mother is working long hours just to take care of her children. At one point she goes into a state of shock and depression because Yuniors father told her he was coming home to see them but he never showed up.
His teachers would say he would go nowhere in life, his parents would fight continuously and he found it very difficult to make friends. Tim Burton dropped out of school when he was 15 years old. Despite all of Tim’s childhood problems, Tim has managed to incorporate them and his life values into his films, which is how he has had such a long term success as a movie director. One of Burton’s most successful films is the movie Edward Scissor hands. The movie is about a man named Edward who has scissors for hands and tries to fit into the ‘perfect society’.
The Hunger of Memory is an autobiography written in 1982 about the Education of Richard Rodriguez, who immigrated to the United States with his family when he was very young. When he started attending the Roman Catholic elementary school with his brothers and sister, he only knew about 50 words of English. He was shy in class and wasn’t confident with his English. He didn’t talk very often and After 6 months had passed, nun’s from his school came to his house to ask his parents to speak more English with their children around the house. They agreed, which left him feeling as if they had completely given up their language and culture, which had brought them so close in the past.